Show #3719 - Thursday, November 2, 2000

Brad Rutter game 4.

Contestants

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Ron Labuguen, a family physician from Richmond, Virginia

Tracey Marcus, an education coordinator from Homer City, Pennsylvania

Brad Rutter, a college student from Lancaster, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE LYNDON JOHNSON YEARS
MEDICAL ABBREV.
RECOGNIZING REPTILES
SONGS BY THE NUMBER
ON "Q"
CAMPBELL SOUP
    $100 3
JFK established the "Peace" one; LBJ established the "Job" one
    $100 2
3 body parts in a doctor's specialty:
ENT
    $100 24
This reptile's long, tapered snout distinguishes it from the alligator, which has a broad, round one
    $100 13
In a song title, rap group Public Enemy complained that this emergency number "is a joke"
    $100 1
For the familiar typing exercise, it describes the "brown fox" who jumps over the "lazy dog"
    $100 15
Among Campbell's condensed soups, it considers the 2 "classics" to be chicken noodle & this one
    $200 4
In 1964 some thought Robert Kennedy would get the running mate spot that went to this man
    $200 6
What you don't want to be when you show up at the hospital:
DOA
    $200 27
We're not lying, the beaded lizard has a forked one
    $200 17
This Beatles song begins "When I get older, losing my hair many years from now..."
    $200 9
The first permanent French settlement in North America; today it's Canada's largest province
    $200 16
Campbell tanked in the '50s with FR-8, a fruit counterpart of this juice
    $300 5
LBJ kept his cool when Fidel Castro cut off the water supply to this U.S. naval base
    $300 14
Critical section of a hospital:
ICU
    $300 28
The tuatara, which waits until it's about 20 to mate, has one of these that grows back after it breaks off
    $300 19
In 1999 Lou Bega had a little bit of Top 5 in his life in this song with "A little bit of Monica in my life"
    $300 10
In the animated "Hunchback of Notre Dame", Tom Hulce was the voice of this character
    $300 18
In 1973 Campbell's collection of these serving dishes for soup went on exhibit at the Victoria & Albert Museum
    $400 7
This LBJ press secretary seen here later joined the press
    $400 22
Field of medicine that delivers:
OB
    $400 29
Most reptiles with toes have these on them, but the leatherback sea turtle doesn't
    $400 20
A No. 1 hit in March, 1976, this "dated" song by the Four Seasons is subtitled "Oh, What A Night"
    $400 11
It can mean to extinguish a fire, or to satisfy one's thirst
    $400 25
(Hi, I'm Tisha Campbell-Martin.) The name of this brand of sauces is Italian for "please", "thank you", or "you're welcome"
    DD: $500 8
Name shared by a cabinet department LBJ created & a Paul Newman movie that won 3 Oscars
    $500 23
Relating to the heart & blood vessels:
CV
    $500 30
Unlike the feline leopard, the longnose leopard lizard can do this, so no proverbs for him
    $500 21
Appropriately 17 years after its release, this 1982 Prince song got a lot of airplay
    $500 12
In geometry, a square, rhombus, or trapezoid
    $500 26
Campbell's main rival over the years has been this Pittsburgh processed foods concern

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Brad Tracey Ron
$1,900 $900 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Tracey Ron
$3,200 $2,900 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETS & POETRY
PARENT COMPANIES
CAPITAL CITY BIRTHPLACES
5 DECADES OF TV
WORD ORIGINS
CAMPBELL SOUP
    $200 10
Taking its title from "Song of Myself", the book "Containing Mutitudes" traces his influence on recent poetry
    $200 26
In 1961 Castle & Cooke, founded by Hawaiian missionaries, became the parent company of this fruit giant
    $200 1
Twiggy
    $200 2
Ms. Ball's solo sitcom aired under this title from 1962 to 1968
    $200 3
Not to skirt the issue, but the name of this Scottish garment goes back to Middle English
    $200 21
George Bernard Shaw wrote the part of this flower girl for actress Mrs. Patrick Campbell
    $400 14
His nonsense poem "The New Vestments" says, "his buttons were jujubes, and chocolate drops"
    $400 27
In an 1899 switch, this subsidiary of Bell Telephone became Bell's parent company
    $400 5
Placido Domingo
    $400 12
In the '70s "The Streets of San Francisco" teamed him with Michael Douglas & briefly with Richard Hatch
    $400 4
From the Dutch for "a twisted cake", it's a twisted doughnut
    $400 22
She was the first black woman to appear on the covers of French & British Vogue
    DD: $1,000 15
Tennyson's "The Lotos-Eaters" is based on an episode from this work of classical literature
    $600 28
In 2000 3Com Inc. "handed" over this maker of handheld computing devices to stockholders
    $600 6
Marie Curie
    $600 13
In the '80s this captain played by Daniel J. Travanti ran the Hill Street police station
    $600 7
Lettuce tell you the term salad comes from the French "salade" meaning with this seasoning
    $600 23
(Hi, I'm Tisha Campbell-Martin.) This man won the 1977 Heisman Trophy, then led the NFL in rushing from 1978 to 1980
    $800 16
In 1945 this poet was elected a senator in Chile
    $800 29
In 1994 the parent company of this airline became the world's largest majority employee-owned company
    $800 11
Sonja Henie
    $800 18
On the '90s "Two of a KInd", Mary-Kate Olsen played Mary-Kate & her sister played this character
    $800 8
From the Greek for "generalship", it's a plan of action, like those employed by the military
    $800 24
This singer of "Wichita Lineman" fame was born to an Arkansas sharecropping family
    $1000 17
"One calm summer night" this title character "went home and put a bullet through his head"
    $1000 30
In 1999 the Southland Corp. took the name of this chain store, once a mere subsidiary
    DD: $1,000 20
Javier Perez de Cuellar
    $1000 19
This April 9, 2000 live broadcast starring George Clooney was a remake of a Henry Fonda film
    $1000 9
This emotion you feel at a grave seems to come from the same root as "grave"
    $1000 25
This U.S. senator is also the award-winning designer of the jewelry seen here:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Tracey Ron
$12,600 $3,300 $4,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE MOTTOES
The state motto of Ohio, adopted in 1959, was ruled unconstitutional in April 2000 as it included this word

Final scores:

Brad Tracey Ron
$15,200 $6,600 $6,601
4-day champion: $50,002 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brad Tracey Ron
$12,200 $3,300 $4,100
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
2 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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